Gas fuels, also known as gas, including gaseous fossil fuels, gaseous biofuels and other pyrolysis gases, refer to any gaseous substance that can be burnt to generate heat or power. It generally contains low molecular weight combustible gases such as hydrocarbons, hydrogen and carbon monoxide, and often contains non-combustible gases such as nitrogen and carbon dioxide, wherein the gas fossil fuels include natural gas, coalbed methane, industrial tail gas, etc.; the gaseous biofuels include biomass gas, biogas, etc., which belong to renewable energy sources.
The power plant can use fossil fuels (such as natural gas, fossil oil, and coal, etc.) or renewable energy sources (such as water, wind, solar energy, and biomass energy, etc.). In short, it is economical and environmentally friendly to choose the fuels or energy forms that are easy to get and suitable for you.
The gaseous fuel of our power plant include: Natural gas (including unconventional natural gas, such as oilfield associated gas, coalbed methane, and shale gas, etc.), Gaseous biofuels (such as biomass gas, and biogas, etc.), Coal gasification(such as producer gas, water gas, and semi-water gas, etc.), and Industrial tail gas (such as coke oven gas, semi-coke gas, converter gas, oil shale gas, calcium carbide gas, and iron alloy gas, etc.).